In the News section of Monday’s issue, we have an update from Nielsen BookScan that finds total unit sales fell 4.5% in 2010, to 717.6 million; a story on Ooligan Press, the publishing affiliate of Portland State University in Oregon that gives graduate students real-world publishing experience; and an update on the Publishers Weekly Stock Index. There is also a listing of the top five holiday e-books from eight houses. In Retailing, there is a profile of Chaucer’s Bookstore in Santa Barbara. Features look at bestseller gains and losses of 2010 (unsurprisingly, Stieg Larsson’s Millennium trilogy outpaced all other bestsellers); spring kids’ movies, where several have literary roots; and retiring University of California Press director Lynne Withey. There is a profile of Kate Atkinson, author of Started Early, Took My Dog; and Q&As with Taylor Stevens, author of The Informationist; and Frank Brady, author of Endgame. The Soapbox shares one reader’s strategy for reading both print books and e-books.